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AG continues defense of House Bill 454

By Elizabeth Kuhn

Frankfort, KY - Attorney General Daniel Cameron today asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit to rehear a case involving a Kentucky law that bans live-dismemberment abortions. Attorney General Cameron tendered a Petition for Rehearing asking the case to be reheard en banc by all sixteen judges of the court.

House Bill 454, known as the Human Rights of Unborn Children Act, was passed in 2018 by the General Assembly. The bill was passed with bipartisan support and was immediately challenged by the ACLU on behalf of EMW Women's Surgical Center.

"We're exhausting every possible option to ensure that this law continues to be defended and is ultimately enforced," said Attorney General Cameron.




This story was posted on 2020-06-18 13:56:30
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